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Season review 2019: Kyle Hartigan

Season Snippet: Kyle Hartigan Kyle Hartigan held Jeremy Cameron to just the one goal against the Giants at Adelaide Oval.

Adelaide defender Kyle Hartigan played his 100th game of AFL in 2019.

The 27-year-old played 19 games this season and finished in the top five at the Crows for spoils, contested defensive one-on-ones and intercept marks.

In March, Hartigan and his wife Emily announced on Instagram that they were expecting their first child in September.

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At a glance:

Games: 19
One percenters per game: 4.6
Spoils per game: 4.2
Intercept marks per game: 1.6

Best game:

Round 12 v Greater Western Sydney

Hartigan matched up on Giants star Jeremy Cameron in Round 12, keeping the eventual Coleman Medal winner to just one goal.

The 27-year-old managed to get the best of Cameron on five different occasions, including two spoils and two intercept marks.

Hartigan also laid a big tackle on Giants midfielder Josh Kelly midway through the fourth quarter at a time when GWS threatened to runaway with the win.

Instead, the Crows kept GWS goalless for the rest of the match and finished 21-point winners at Adelaide Oval.